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The alumni magazine, Illinois State, is published quarterly in February, May, August and November. A popular section of the magazine, Class Notes, allows alumni to share with fellow alumni and the campus community information on job changes, promotions, special honors, retirements, marriages, births and adoptions.

Alumni are encouraged to submit their information, which will be published in the earliest possible issue based on the order the information is received and as space permits. Editors will not use information that is more than one year old, and engagements are not published.

To submit class notes, use an online form or e-mail your information.

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i have left teaching and am now working as a crisis counselor for a substance abuse/ mental health agency, i run the e.r. on midnights. I still use the skills i learned as a teacher however.
I love the band little feat and follow them when I have the time and money. We help sell at the merch tables, act as taxis etc..........." what a long strange trip it's been," yeah I know not a feat tune but........... i digress
this yrs. local relay for life for the american cancer society's theme is relay around the world,,,,,,, i chose nola. go saints, after da bears they are my fav. team......come visit my site on facebook for team, " feats don't fail me now" and join up, make a donation or just say hi.
class of 1988

I am a redbird graduate from 1986, before knowing I would be receiving a second master's degree from Grand Canyon University, Phoenix. My second master's degree will be a SPED degree and I can't wait to graduate and recieve my highest degree I've ever been able to achieve! I started out being an Undergrad at ISU in Communications and now I've completely changed missions and am going after a second master's degree in Education. Thanks to all who helped me in my 20's, now look at me in my 40's and getting a 2nd masters degree in Education! If would have only known that I was at the right school all along! Ok, so you learn your way as you get older, get married, have 3 kids and then go after a lifelong dream of being a teacher, special ed. no less!
Thank you ISU!
Christine Shelton

Set-up my retirement for the end of the 2011-2012 school year - 35 years of teaching music! - What fun; Looking forward to golfing everyday and then hopefully working for a good friend of mine. Can't wait!

I am at work